Checkered Life

Days of black.
Nights of white
One has highs.
The other has lows.

We’re born with counterparts.
We’re born with parallels.
We have thoughts of black and white.
Life is a fushion of good and bad.

We design this verve.
We argue, we fight.
Out there is a big love.
You and me in this checkered life.

2011

About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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12 Responses to Checkered Life

  1. RoSy says:

    And – that’s about how it goes in life…
    Great write!

  2. icanwritesomething says:

    “Weโ€™re born with counterparts

    Weโ€™re born with parallels

    We have thoughts of black and white

    Life is a fusion of good and bad” ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. thanks for all the “likes” and comments! ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. carpetbeater says:

    But. Chequered boards of life don’t account for the forbidding grey areas Chester?

  5. Gorgeous poem…..the way back and white of a checkered board is used as a metaphor is amazing! Thoroughly enjoyed reading this poem.

  6. Shinji says:

    Nice. I loved this piece

  7. mygreenlove says:

    simple and beautiful…

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